I have spent the last 8 yrs. rescuing injured pigeons on the street. I have rescued and doctored over 3,000 pigeons. I think because its pigeons I help there has never been many donations. If anyone has the heart to help it would be a blessing. Dan Lubniewski - P.O.Box # 21422 - Long Beach Cal. 90801 - email@example.com - I now have PayPal if anyone would like to make a small donation to my rescue work they can do so by using my e-mail address. 99 cents buys a 3 lb. bag of birdseed so even the smallest contribution helps a lot. I only get $1,000 a month disability pension from the VA. and do not qualify for food stamps. We also go out every night and feed cats and have been doing it for years. I never ask anyone for anything but if anyone wanted to help support my cause it would be appreciated. I have had stories published on my rescue work in the Press Telegram, Pet Press, Long Beach Post,Positive News, Pigeon Talk, Animal Talk, Doing Good, Grunion Gazzette,Care2 and Animalliberationfront has published around 70 of my stories. I am also on the U.S.Animal Rights Hall Of Fame Nominee List of about seventy names. Some of the names on the list is Paul McCartney, Bob Barker, Betty White, Stephen Segal, Brigot Bardot, Mark Twain, Pamila Anderson, Richard Pryor to mention a few. I have turned my life over to rescuing the injured pigeons and it is my calling. Millions of pigeons have there feet and toes tied with fishing line, string, and human hair. They have to watch there toes fall off one at a time because of lack of circulation and live a horrible tortured life. They have no one to help them except me. Look up on google and see how many pigeons were decorated war hero's saving our troops lives. Pest control companies have been spreading lies about pigeons for years. Think twice before returning a banded pigeon back to the racing clubs. The vast majority get there necks twisted when there usefullness to the club is over with. They will keep a few pigeons for breeding and thats about it. Thank you very much - Birdman of long beach.
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